I had "in-depth" discussions, both via email and via voice phone calls, with both the affiliate manager/director (Chris) and his techie affiliate manager (who runs dietpills.com)
I personally found that they were friendly & easy to talk to.
But I should say that the affiliate management side of things wasn't making the tech stuff a priority. (Not that they didn't have the capabilty through their affiliate tech manager... he has the skills; but he's just one guy... and the pharmacy management is simply CLUELESS about a wide variety of tech related/ecommerce/SEO-SEM issues).
And, there was an ongoing flavor of "evolving the affiliate program" as we went. Specifically an original offer on the website, as well as verbal, relative to them "matching commissions" (and the dollar amount of the commissions in general).
I don't want anyone to get the wrong idea!
They don't seem like "bad guys" by any stretch!
(In the future they may migrate to a more modern affiliate backend & system)
But they aren't the type of partners/affiliate providers that I was used to (and that I need to have).
With that said: one would assume that they're Square Trade certified (or else Google has failed to exercise "due dilligence" by letting them advertise prescription drugs via Google's AdWords).
NOTE: Get happy at Googspy
It's amazing what can be pulled from Googspy